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We all love Singapore. And in times like this when we are all obsessed with work and other material things,
how can we make a change in Singapore that can help people live better, healthier and lead more meaningful lives?

As our everyday lives become more stressful, and we start to realize that 24 hours a day is no longer enough,
it is time to be creative and make the complicated simple. Finding the balance between work and personal time,
physical and emotional well-being amongst other things are becoming more of a chore for many of us.

Personally, the few years after I graduated from school has whizzed by me in a flash.
All of my friends around me were all caught up in rat races that never seem to end
and doesn’t seem to be taking us anywhere. Everyday is work, and more work.
And apart from dictating our own future paths, we still have to take care of other things in our lives –
Am I making enough to give my parents a good life after they retire?
Will I be able to save enough to set up my own family? Am I getting enough exercise?
When was the last time I had a dental checkup?

If you are also one of those caught up in the rat race, hoping someone would come rescue you,
then the new ‘+’ Project by Philips is definitely here at the right time.

The ‘+’ Project by Philips is a campaign that encourages people to improve their health
and well-being by creating sustainable cities and allow people to have better access to healthcare.

As part of this campaign, they would like to invite you to share your idea of what is the best way to promote health
and well-being in Singapore and to know what matters to most people living in Singapore.
Their website is a really informative place where you can find out more about
some of the current problems Singapore might be facing and how we can overcome them.
Pretty interesting read, I must say!

And the survey page is even cuter!

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Look! The introduction page is really adorable too!

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The survey will only take about 5 to 10 mins to complete and it doesn’t even feel that long
because the animation is so pretty! The questions are things that are close to heart
about our society, family, work, health and more.
Here is one of the questions I encountered in the survey:

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At the end of the survey, you will also be asked to vote for an idea or movement you most support!
Choose the one that you can relate to most and they will try to make it happen! 🙂

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At the end of the survey, you will also get an idea of how satisfied with your personal health and well-being.
Hmm! I’m apparently not very satisfied. :/

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The best thing is, as you share your ideas and find out more about where you stand with regards to health
and well-being in Singapore, you will also be rewarded for sharing your thoughts!
There are weekly prizes and grand prizes worth $10,000 up for grabs!


So start sharing now at The Philips’+’ Project Survey Page website for an interesting read how Singaporeans today are coping.

And last but not least, don’t forget to share your thoughts with the survey specially crafted for you! 🙂


Yesterday was also a spectacular night for A and me.

We even went partying together! Super epic!
Here are some pictures – they are quite blur but I think it is definitely a night to remember! 😀
Special thanks to Runway Bandits for the super comfy white chiffon top!






The two very important women in my life.
I feel really happy and lucky whenever I see my Mom hang out with A.

So thankful to have such a loving and understanding Mommy who supports me and loves me for who I am.


And that’s A making her Mom drink. Haha!



YAY! Our Moms get along ok! Hahaha.


We had a great night and my tummy is still feeling queasy now.
Will be back with more updates soon! ❤

This entry was posted in: Talking


Peggy is an independent blogger from Singapore who has a penchant for impromptu travel plans and good caffe lattes. She is the co-owner of two little cafes, The Tiramisu Hero and Butter My Buns, and hopes to be able to see the world someday; one stop at a time.


  1. the mums meeting (and partying together)??? that is crazy awesome!! i feel so happy for you two 😀 wonder when that day will come for me heh


  2. Ok, I know I’ve said this before but I’m still gonna say it again.

    Your mum and you look sooo alike!
    I thought I saw twins!! -__-”

    Yes, she does look very young!


  3. Vanessa Tan says

    I am so happy for you & envious at the same time!

    It is a touching moment to see both your mums getting along well & with your other half too.

    It’s every girl’s wish to have accepting & understanding parents who supports who you are.



  4. i totally understand the magical moment when both moms met. Nervous but yet felt so close. very glad for you! 🙂


  5. ice cream says

    U r such a lucky gal. I look forward to the day, the same will happen for me, where all my siblings, parents, will accept me and my partner.


  6. Hi Peggy

    This post made me teared so much….but it was all happy and joyful tears.
    I am so happy that someone like you, another person on earth has shown to their love ones that love is not all about gender. Love is all about giving while receiving.

    But by doing this, your love ones are the most courageous ones cos by accepting who you are (we are), they are already giving you all their love they have for you.

    Wish you & love ones always happy & stronger in all. =)


  7. sinsin – AISEH AISEH back!! Haha.

    s – yeah it was pretty crazy! I hope the day will come soon for you too! :))

    ada – Yeah we do look alike! Haha. But twins? Really? Hahaha I’ll let my Mom know you said that. Hee.

    Karin – Thank you girl. 🙂

    Yy – It was nerve wrecking indeed. :p Thank you Yy!

    ice cream – I am lucky. I know of so many other people like us who has problems with family and friends. I count my blessings everyday. I hope the same will happen to you too. And I’m sure it will. Don’t give up. 🙂

    Eileen – 🙂 Thank you so much for the kind words, Eileen. Yes love is boundless and genderless. Thank you for your well wishes girl. :))


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